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Sports Shorts for Nov. 1: A weekly wrap-up of MIT varsity athletics

Cross country continues NEWMAC dominance; field hockey captures regular season conference title

Overall and Conference Records (As of October 31)
Field Hockey: 15-3 (6-2 NEWMAC)
Football: 2-6 (1-6 NEFC)
Men’s Soccer: 8-7 (2-4 NEWMAC)
Women’s Soccer: 12-3-2 (6-1-2 NEWMAC)
Men's Tennis: 1-2 (0-0 NEWMAC)
Women's Tennis: 7-3 (6-1 NEWMAC)
Women’s Volleyball: 22-10 (6-3 NEWMAC)
Men’s Water Polo: 8-13 (4-4 CWPA)

National Rankings
#5 – Women’s Cross Country
#7 – Men's Water Polo
#12 – Men’s Cross Country
#14 – Sailing-Co-Ed
#22 – Women's Tennis

Regional Rankings
#1 – Field Hockey
#2 – Men’s Cross Country
#3 – Women's Cross Country
#10 – Women’s Soccer

Men’s Crew
10/30 – Heavyweight Crew Has Solid Outing at Princeton Chase

Women’s Crew
10/23 – Openweight Eight has Best Finish ever at Head of the Charles Regatta
10/18 – Tech Crews Prep for Head of the Charles Regatta

Men’s Cross Country
10/31 – MIT Wins NEWMAC Title for 14th Straight Year

Women’s Cross Country
10/31 – Women’s Cross Country Captures Fifth Straight NEWMAC Crown

Field Hockey
10/29 – Field Hockey Clinches NEWMAC Regular Season Title with 4-0 Win Over Babson
10/26 – Top-Ranked MIT Downs University of New England, 6-2

Football
10/31 – Wallace Named NEFC Offensive Player of the Week
10/29 – MIT Uses Running Game, Defense to Blank Nichols, 23-0

Rifle
10/29 – Rifle Splits with Navy and Wentworth

Sailing
10/31 – Co-ed Sailing Qualifies for Atlantic Coast Championship

Men’s Soccer
10-29 – Engineers Struggle at Wheaton
10/24 – Second-Half Scoring Powers Men’s Soccer to Victory over Wentworth

Women’s Soccer
10/31 – Emily Kuo Receives NEWMAC Accolades
10/29 – Women’s Soccer Tops Babson, 2-1, in Overtime
10/25 – Three-Goal First Half Carries MIT Past Husson, 5-1

Women's Tennis
10/25 – Six Engineers Collect NEWMAC Women’s Tennis All-Conference Honors

Women’s Volleyball
10/30 – Engineers Fall to Coast Guard in Five-Set Thriller
10/25 – Women’s Volleyball Sweeps WPI on Senior Night

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